North Central Florida Reviews

Review for Bo Diddley Plaza by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
This pizza house in North Central Florida serves the best!
Review for Fuji Asian Bistro by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
I've been here several times and it never disappoints. The food is absolutely delectable! Everyone should try it out. This sushi restaurant in North Central is a must try!
Review for John Aponte-Agent Trust Realty by Mrs
Rating: 1 Rating
BUYER BEWARE!! John Aponte listed a house for sale for a client who is undoubtedly a shyster! They attempted to sell an unsellable property and ended up swindling a single ..
Pros: NONE— would never recommend this agent or company
Cons: Dishonest, Takes advantage of people, Doesn’t screen clients or properties for potential issues.
Review for Fish Camp Lake Eustis by Justina
Rating: 3 Rating
My family and I tend to go here quite often we will no longer be attending this establishment as we have no respect for the guy who owns it or ..
Review for Mic's 19th hole pub by GINA
Rating: 5 Rating
Friendly neighborhood bar with great atomsphere and cold beer!
Review for One Love Cafe by Nicholas
Rating: 5 Rating
One of the best places for lunch in Gainesville! Delicious sandwiches and burgers. Healthy options as well

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Homosassa is home to several state parks including Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park, where you can observe manatees in an underwater observatory. The Yulee Sugar Mill State Park is a great stop to see a sugar mill that was used during the Civil War for troop supplies.Located on the Gulf of Mexico in Citrus County, Florida, Homosassa is a quiet and quaint community with a rich history that dates back to the 1800s. The first people to reside in Homosassa were native Americans who lived near what is now called Salt Springs until approximately 3,000 years ago. In more recent times, Homosassa was considered an important shipping port due to its sugar cane production and trade. Today, you can walk along downtown as you explore local eateries, shops and other attractions like the Museum of Natural History & Science at Homosassa Springs Environment Park.

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